i can't find anything about libraries in there. don't misunderstand me, it's a good tutorial, but the OP seems
to have previously installed XML::Simple successfully, so i
guess they're familiar with module installing, so in this
case your answer wouldn't really help the OP.
the question was, like Cody Pendant
said, about installing
libraries that are needed by XML::Smart. of course this
is not so much related to perl but rather an OS related
question, but i also had problems installing XML::Smart,
and it would be nice to have a tutorial or a collection of helpful
links on that topic.
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